10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OPSONIUM»
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Studies in New Testament Lexicography: Advancing Toward a ...
Dugard (1660): opsonium: (idem quod to 6i|/ov seu oi|/coviov) quicquid cum
pane comeditur. ex vpoc; ad, & 4>dyco edo. Joan. 21.5. || Schrevel4 (1663): (ide[
m] quod to oii/ov) quicquid cum pane comeditur. ex i\pbc, & cj)ayco, e<*>.187
David S. Hasselbrook, 2011
M. Accii Plauti Comœdiæ
3 Obsoniumque] Quam- vis 6\f/ov significet opsonium, hoc eat, omne id, quod
una cum pane rora- edimus, imo quidquid in macello vap- nit, quod vpoafdyipiov,
sive rpoaipd- yiov dicitur; nibilominns tarnen obti- nuit tanquani victor solus pise
Titus Maccius Plautus, Joannes Fredericus Gronovius, 1829
Farrand's Course of Latin studies, or, Classical selections: ...
Quid, the Ace. sing. governed by propter understood. Petitum, a supine in um,
from Pcto, ivi vcl ii, Itum, ere. Nobis, the Dat. sing. governed by petitum. Opsonium
, a noun subs. 2d declension, neut. gend. Nom. opsonium. Opus, an indccl. subs.
William Powell Farrand, 1810
A Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testament
Oipdpiov, ov, io, dimin. only in form from to oipov, Lat. opsonium, i. e. any thing
cooked and eaten with bread, as meat, etc. Tob. 7: 8. Xen. Cyr. 4. 5. 4 ; later
espec. fish, Sept. for a*F Num. 11: 22. Plut. Sympos. 4. qu. 4. \ noX- XS>r bniav
Cornelius Nepos: With Answered Questions, and Imitative ...
Give the probable meaning of panis and opsonium in this passage. — 2. Go
through Myuntem. — 3. By oppidum must we understand Athens or Magnesia?—
4. Was then the exile Themistocles buried at Athens ?  1 . What is the fuller
Cornelius Nepos, Thomas Kerchever Arnold, Ebenezer Alfred Johnson, 1846
Latin Pronunciation: An Inquiry Into the Proper Sounds of ...
But in Greek [3 before c becomes n (w. s., <f>Xi^, stem <pXeP-) : thus in Latin we
ought to have aps, apsque, apscondere, opsonium, opsecro, etc., besides, nupsi,
scripsi, lapsus, etc. The B might be rejected, also, or assimilated as in iusi or ...
Vitae: For the Use of Schools
Lampsacum autem, unde viuum sumeret ; Myunta, ex qua opsonium haberet.
Huius ad nostram memoriam monumenta manserunt duo : sepulcrum prope
oppidum in quo est sepultus ; statua in foro Magnesiae. De cuius 4 moi.te
Cornelius Nepos: with answered questions
Give the probable meaning of pants and opsonium in this passage. — 2. Go
through Myuntem. — 3. By oppidum must we understand Athens or Magnesia?
— 4. Was then the exile Themistocles buried at Athens 1  1 . What is the fuller
Cornelius Nepos, Thomas Kerchever Arnold, Ebenezer Alfred Johnson, 1857
The comedies of Terence: with text metrically arranged ...
Opsonium is whatever was taken, at a meal, in addition to bread and wine. The
Persians used no opsonium but nasturtium. All opsonin are called i^i ; but when
simply 5>J/o» is used, fish alone is intended. Far. ipsns] Anciently, for ipse.
Terence, John Phillips, 1846
An etymological dictionary of the Scottish language: ...
Isl. barna lad, however, denotes a multitude of infants; infantum multitudinem, G.
Andr. V. Coup. KITCHEN, /. 1. Any thing eaten with bread ; corresponding to Lat.
opsonium, S. "The cottagers and poorer sort of the people have not always what